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Could Your Home Use a Generator?

Monday, July 10th, 2017

generator-installation-serviceSummertime means inclement weather, including serious thunderstorms and other natural disasters. The same holds true in the winter, when lethal blizzards descend upon New England year in and year out. Our civic electrical grids are used to standing up to such problems, but no system is perfect and a loss of electrical power is something every home should beware of. If you’re concerned about such issues – especially if you have a home in a rural area, which is more likely to experience a blackout – there are steps you can take to protect your home. A good electrical generator is an obvious answer.

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Spring Means It’s Time to Check Your Generator

Monday, May 1st, 2017

whole-house-generatorA generator can be a lifesaver when Mother Nature decides to take wind and cut off the power. The last thing you need is to find out that your generator system needs repairs in the middle of a crisis when reliable electricity is absolutely essential. Winter storms can often knock out the power here in New England, but so too can summer floods and electrical storms. With the coming of spring comes the time to schedule a maintenance session for your whole-house generator.

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Make Sure Your Generator is Ready for Trouble

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Winter is here in Andover, MA, and it doesn’t look to be going anywhere anytime soon. A generator in your home makes a great safeguard in the event a blizzard or similar trouble. But buying the right generator and installing it in your home is just the first step. You need to keep your generator maintained and ensure that it will work when the time comes. You won’t have an opportunity to correct your course when trouble strikes, and the last thing you want to do in the middle of a crisis is to go out or trust a repair service to come to you.

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Get Your Generator Serviced Before Winter Hits

Monday, November 21st, 2016

If you own a generator here in Wakefield, MA, you know how invaluable it can be during a blizzard or other emergency when the power goes out. But simply having one set up isn’t enough. You need to make sure it’s functioning properly before the first snows fall and that it’s ready to go when an emergency strikes. There won’t be much time to do it when the moment arrives. Here are a few tips on keeping your generator ready, which should help you when the time comes.

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3 Things to Consider When Buying a New Generator

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

A new generator can be a huge boon to homes in the Andover, MA area. Our civic grid can withstand a lot, but Mother Nature always has the final word. A generator can be perfect for keeping your home safe and comfortable in a crisis, and if you’re decided to add one to your home, we can install it and keep it serviced so that it’s ready to go whenever you need it. But once you’ve made the decision to install one, you need to consider a few things carefully before determining which system is right for your home. We’ve laid out the three most important below.

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Tips to Keep Your Generator Running

Monday, January 25th, 2016

As we’ve seen this past week, winter storms are nothing to take lightly. Here in Boston, MA, the purchase of a whole-house generator can be a lifesaver during a crisis, especially when it is placed and installed by trained professionals. But a generator won’t do any good if it fails you in a crisis, or if it lacks the things it needs to run when you need it to. If you have a generator in your house, here’s a few tips to help keep it running when the worst hits your home.

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A Guide to Purchasing a New Generator

Monday, January 18th, 2016

Mother Nature strikes without warning, and while Boston, MA knows how to counter a blizzard or similar storm, you never know when you might lose power in your home. It can be doubly concerning because you don’t have many options if the snows are falling besides sitting tight and hoping your home remains habitable. A generator makes an ideal form of insurance against that possibility: providing power, heat and peace of mind when things are at their worst. Buying a generator involves a number of steps, which a trained professional can help you with before performing the installation itself. Here’s a quick guide to purchasing a new generator.

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